Splitsies

Thursday, June 17

I love this house plan. It's actually a duplex! But it doesn't look anything like one. It's almost 4,000 square feet total. I bet if you built this as a modular house it would be much much cheaper than you'd think. Perhaps the other half would make a good in-law suite and you could have the whole upstairs and half of the downstairs. What do you say? Splitsies?


3 comments:

淑惠 said...

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librariann said...

Am SO confused with US terminology for homes. This looks like what the British call a semi-detached - a proper house that's attached to another on one side (being attached on both sides makes it a terrace house). So what do US people call a maisonette - a two (or more) floor flat, in a building with at least another mausonette above or below it ?
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